Impact Report

Year to March 21

Impact Report 2020/21 Out Now!

Since 1882, Church Army has been bringing hope to people’s lives. We live alongside people to empower them to transform their lives and communities by responding to social needs and challenging injustice to make a better world. Church Army has a long history of being on the frontline during times of crises and the coronavirus pandemic has been one of those earth-changing events, making Church Army an essential presence, stepping forward where many have taken a step back and working harder to bring hope to those who desperately need it.

Who we Are

We’re Christians on a mission to change lives. Our work is unconditional, tackling social deprivation through partnership and collaboration to help empower individuals and communities.

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Our Work

We do not shy away from challenges and strive to help those most in need. Through partnership and collaboration, we aspire to empower lives and nurture a sense of belonging in communities across the UK and Ireland.

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England
Ireland
Scotland
Wales

Use this map to discover the breadth of our work both in terms of geographical reach and the type of work we do to make such a difference to individual lives in marginalised communities.

Frontline Projects

Centres of Mission
Marylebone Project
The Amber Project
Ty Bronna
Wilson Carlile Centre
Other

Type of Work

Church Planting / Fresh Expressions
Family work
Mentoring
Work with Elderly
Schools work
Food donations
Food distribution
Church groups
Bible study
Homelessness
Social isolation
Youth/Kids
Poverty alleviation
Employment & education
Building community
Chaplaincy
Mental health
Recreation activities
The Amber Project
The Marylebone Project
Ty Bronna

The Amber Project

For some young people, self-harm is a way to express something hard to put into words. The Amber Project is their safe space, and their stories are far from over.

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Poetry Book

The Marylebone Project

For many women experiencing crisis in their lives, their voices are not heard, and their individual journeys not supported. Our safe, trust-filled environment encourages lives to be re-built; above all it offers hope.

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Easter Supporter Newsletter

Ty Bronna

Our Ty Bronna Project works with homeless young people (aged 16-21) in Cardiff to provide them with accommodation and help them into independent living. It has a heart for giving young people a fair chance in life.

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Volunteer with us, support our work through making a donation or organise a fundraising initiative. Your contributions are the heartbeat of our movement.